Cameron Street, Wauchope
Andrews Park adjoins Landrigan Park and contains three touch football fields and a turf cricket wicket which is used by the Hastings River District Cricket Association. Practice cricket nets are located on the northern boundary with additional nets proposed in the near future.
Grassed netball courts adjoin the formalised carpark on the western boundary and there is a skate park on the eastern boundary. Access to all facilities associated with Andrews Park is from Cameron Street.
Peppermint Crescent, Wauchope
Blackbutt Park is a multi-use sporting facility catering for baseball, athletics, AFL and school sport. The facility has been developed to include three baseball diamonds, an athletics track together with an amenities block and sportsfield flood lighting.
Charlie Watt Reserve
Pembrooke Road, Telegraph Point
On the outskirts of Telegraph Point, Charlie Watt Reserve caters for rugby league and soccer on an intermittent basis. The field is of a moderate standard and is utilised for local sporting activities. A small amenities block and children's playground is located at the site.
Charlie Watt Reserve is currently the home base for Hastings Valley Mountain Bike Club.
Fairmont Drive, Wauchope
Fairmont Gardens sporting fields has three soccer fields and a synthetic cricket pitch. There is an amenities block which contains a canteen, change rooms and toilet facilities. Floodlighting is available and there is onsite parking.
Cameron Street, Wauchope
Located within walking distance of the Wauchope CBD, Landrigan Park has been utilised for many years as a grassed hockey complex. The complex contains two fields used for hockey & touch football, a synthetic cricket pitch and an amenities building.
Adjacent to Landrigan Park is the Wauchope Indoor Sports Stadium which is used for a number of sports including basketball, volleyball and multi sports, this facility also has an outside grassed netball court. For enquiries and bookings of the Wauchope Indoor Sports Stadium please contact Wauchope Council Office on 6589 6500.
Lank Bain Sporting Complex
Beechwood Road, Wauchope
The area known as Lank Bain Sporting Complex was a small component of a 2,560 acre Crown Grant made to Mr John Maughan in 1835.
The Wauchope Football Club began using the site to conduct football matches in 1947 and the club continues to use the site today.
On 3 August 1990, the 20 hectare sporting facility on Beechwood Road was officially named as Athol Lank Bain Sporting Complex in honour of Athol Bain.
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council purchased the site on 14 February 2001 and it is formally managed by the Lank Bain Sports Management Committee.
The Lank Bain Sporting Complex includes facilities used by Hastings River Greyhound Racing Club Inc, Wauchope Jockey Club Limited, Wauchope District Rugby League Football Club Inc and the Hastings River District Cricket Association.
Group 3 rugby league football competition matches are conducted at the facility as are Hastings League matches.
For all enquiries regarding Lank Bain Sporting Complex please contact Mr Col Eldridge (President) on 6585 6287.
Colvin Street, Sancrox
A picturesque riverside setting including tennis courts, barbecue and picnic facilities, shade trees and amenities makes Sancrox Reserve an idealic recreational facility. Also boasting a synthetic cricket wicket, Sancrox Reserve is used for junior and senior cricket matches.
For enquiries and bookings of Sancrox Reserve, please contact Wauchope Council Office 6589 6500.